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A classic and complete luxury honeymoon of South Africa filled with romance, relaxation, exquisite properties, safari and wild seclusion

We create fully personalised trips from start to finish. From locations to accommodation and guides, everything is selected to suit you.

We give back to two regional charities from the profits of each one of our trips.

From expert private tours to restaurant reservations, we take care of every detail so you can make the most of your time off.

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A deluxe honeymoon of South Africa’s highlights, put together with all the style and carefully selected properties by our Africa team.

Ensuring romance, exclusivity and privacy throughout,  this trip is the perfect balance of Cape Town’s chic city life and fabulous setting, the indulgence of the Winelands, the wild adventure of the country’s premier private game reserve (Sabi Sands), and finally the thrills and sumptuous riverside luxury of Victoria Falls.

From private wine cellar tours to cruising the Zambezi river at sunset, this is honeymoon for those who want more than just a beach.

  • Completely private tours of Cape Town and Victoria Falls
  • Stay in luxury hotels and safari lodges throughout
  • Private wine tasting at the Grande Dedale Doolhof Wine Estate
  • Game drives lead by specialist guides on Safari
  • Zambezi sunset river cruise
  • Zambezi rafting experience
  • 5-course dinner aboard the Royal Livingstone Express
  • Meet and greet airport service
  • Full support from your Travel Concierge before, during and after your trip

Trip Itinerary

Days 1-4: Cape Town
Meet and greet at Cape Town airport

On arrival at Cape Town, you will be met airside by a Jacada representative, as you enter the terminal building. You will be assisted through immigration, helped with baggage collection and assisted to your onward arrangements.


Flights & Transfers

Private transfer from Cape Town airport to Cape Town hotel

Accommodation in Cape Town
Three nights in Cape Town
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Spend your time exploring this vibrant and wonderful city. You have our top recommendations for activities, restaurants and shopping so that you can make the most of your time here.


Cape Town City & Table Mountain tour

Today you have a half day tour of the city and Table Mountain. Your tour is with a private guide and at your own pace picking out the attractions which interest you. Typically highlights include, the Houses of Parliament, the Castle (built between 1666 and 1679, this is South Africa’s oldest building), the lively Green Market Square with its daily market, the Company Gardens and of course Table Mountain which will give you spectacular views over the city and Peninsula (depending on the weather). On the descent, you can stop at the Bo Kaap, traditionally home to the Cape Malay community, with its cobbled streets and brightly coloured houses. Note that this tour can be done in the morning or the afternoon - the choice is yours.


Get the cable car up Table Mountain

Take a short cable car ride up to Table Mountain and enjoy the spectacular views from the top.


Visit the Bo-Kaap

Enjoy a walk through the Bo-Kaap, traditionally home to the Cape Malay community, with its brightly coloured houses and cobbled streets.


Cape Point and Peninsula Tour
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Take one of the most scenic journeys in the world in this wonderful, full-day privately guided tour. Enjoy the scenic drive up Chapman's Peak with incredible views of the ocean to your right as the road winds around narrow corners. The typical highlights of this tour include quaint villages such as Noordhoek, the bustling fishing suburb of Kalk Bay, the penguins in Simonstown and of course Cape Point, the 'tip' of Africa.


Hout Bay and Chapman Peak Drive

Leaving the suburbs of Cape Town the road winds through Hout Bay and up over Chapmans peak for truly stunning views of the coastline. If we're lucky we may even see Southern Right Whales in the waters off-shore from June-November.


Cape of Good Hope

Explore the rocky coastline and unique Cape Fynbos vegetation which is home to unique bird-life such as African Black Oystercatchers and Cape Sugarbirds amongst others. Climb to the famous Cape Point Lighthouse to capture the magical vistas of False Bay, and stop at the south western most point of Africa - the fabled Cape of Good Hope.


Simon's Town & Boulders Beach

We will visit Boulders Beach for a visit to see African Penguins in their natural habitat. Next drive through the historical naval village of Simonstown and over yet another spectacular mountain pass; Boyes Drive, where you will take in views of the quaint fishing harbour at Kalk Bay as well as the seaside villages of St James and Muizenberg.


Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

As we return to the city (time allowing) you have the opportunity to visit these magnificent gardens set on the slopes of Table Mountain before returning to your hotel in the city.


Flights & Transfers

Private transfer from Cape Town to the Winelands

Days 4-6: The Winelands
Accommodation in The Winelands
Two days exploring South Africa's Winelands
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Enjoy the beautiful countryside of the Winelands. You have our top recommendations for activities, vineyards and restaurants so that you can make the most of your time here.


Private wine tasting at Grande Dedale and the Doolhof wine estate

You will be collected from your hotel after breakfast by your local expert guide to begin your private full day's tour of the best wineries situated in Mendoza's Lujan de Cuyo and Maipu valleys. This tour will be tailored on the day to your preferences, as there exists a nice variation of larger to more boutique and family-owned wineries to choose from in this area. At each winery you do visit there will be a tour and wine tasting session. Lunch will be at a restaurant or bodega of your choice along the tour, with helpful recommendations made by your guide too. You will be delivered back to your hotel at the end of the day.


Flights & Transfers

Private transfer from Winelands to Cape Town airport

Flight from Cape Town to Nelspruit (Kruger) Airport

Days 6-10: Sabi Sands
Flights & Transfers

Transfer from Kruger Mpumalanga airport to the Sabi Sand Reserve

Accommodation in Sabi Sands
Four days on safari in the Sabi Sand Reserve

Enjoy days relaxing at your luxury lodge and exploring the world-famous Sabi Sand Reserve with morning and afternoon game drives. Depending on the lodge you've chosen, there are various other optional activities you can do, ask your travel designer for the full lowdown.


Flights & Transfers

Private transfer from your safari lodge to Kruger airport

Flight from Nelspruit (Kruger) to Livingstone

Days 10-12: Livingstone and Victoria Falls
Flights & Transfers

Private transfer from Livingstone airport to your hotel or lodge.

 
Sunset river cruise on the Zambezi (Captain's Cabin)
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You'll be collected from your hotel and transferred to the jetty to join the African Queen or Princess. The boat meanders slowly upstream along the length of the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park looking for game on the way. Enjoy a chilled drink as you cruise slowly up river with the sun setting in the background. A number of animals and a host of bird species can be viewed from comfortable chairs on cool wooden decks while hot and cold snacks are served on board. The bar is well stocked with spirits, wine, beer and soft drinks.

You will be accompanied by your own guide who will also serve you bottled wines, premium brand drinks and your snacks. Jacada clients will enjoy use of the exclusive Captain's Cabin.


Two nights in Victoria Falls

The perfect, iconic end to your honeymoon, the mighty Victoria falls rank as one of the most spectacular sites in all of Africa. As the Zambezi river crashes over sheer cliffs onto the rocks below it sprays a cloud of water high into the air. Enjoy a variety of activities in this area (as well as the falls themselves). Speak to your travel designer to find out which suits the best for you.


Private tour of Victoria Falls
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No visit to Victoria Falls would be complete without a tour of the mighty falls themselves, otherwise known as Mosi-oa-Tunya, meaning the smoke that thunders. A knowledgeable guide will take you on an unforgettable experience through the Victoria Falls rainforest, a journey that not only affords a view of one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World but provides a great deal of interesting facts about the geology, wildlife and history of Africa’s most famous landmark.


Half day rafting on Zambezi river

You will be collected from your hotel to begin a half day of adrenalin pumping white water rafting through a series of rapids. The rapids on the Zambezi River are officially defined as “Grade 5” by the British Canoe Union. Lower water levels are experienced from August to mid January and higher water levels are seen from mid January to the end of July. A thorough safety briefing takes place before the activity commences and you need to be reasonably fit for this activity in order to cope with the rigours of rafting, as well as the fairly steep walk into and out of the Batoka Gorge.


Special dinner aboard the Royal Livingstone Express

You will be collected from your hotel in the Falls area to be taken to the Royal Livingstone Hotel (unless already staying here), where a fleet of luxury vehicles will take you short road transfer to the Old Mulobezi Railway Offices where the train is stationed. Photo opportunities with the locomotive ‘in steam’ will be offered, before drinks and snacks in the Lounge Car.

At about 5:30/5:45 pm : the train will depart and move directly onto the Mulobezi Line, travelling through a high density suburb of Livingstone called Dambwa and onto the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park while the sun begins to set.

The train will then pause at the entrance to the game park with the possibility to view some of the game here that includes: elephant, white rhino, buffalo as well as giraffe, zebra, hartebeest, bushbuck, impala, warthogs, baboons and monkeys.

Dinner will then be served. Having traversed the National Park, the train exits from the Western Gate boundary and crosses the Sinde River, a tributary of the Zambezi. The locomotive then detaches itself from the front of the train and ‘runs around’ to the back of the train using the Sinde Siding and re-attaches itself on to the Observation Car, giving guests wonderful views of the locomotive in action. Depending on the time, the train manager will announce dinner and lead guests through to the dining carriages, where a five course meal, lovingly prepared and served by Sun International’s Royal Livingstone team, awaits.

At about 9:00/9:30 pm: The train will draw back into the Old Mulobezi Railway Offices. A guide will be waiting to transfer guests back to the hotel.


Flights & Transfers

Private transfer from your lodge or hotel to Livingstone airport

Flight from Livingstone to Johannesburg

This trip is just an example of the amazing vacations our experts could plan for you. Speak to one of the team today to start creating your private, bespoke trip.

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    We create fully personalised trips from start to finish. From locations to accommodation and guides, everything is selected to suit you.

    We give back to two regional charities from the profits of each one of our trips.

    From expert private tours to restaurant reservations, we take care of every detail so you can make the most of your time off.